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Many female travelers probably relate very closely with what The Neon Jungle Princess Abby experienced herself when she was plopped into the small beach town of Playas del Coco, Costa Rica. All dolled up with really nowhere fancy to go Abby found herself over dressed for a place whose lifestyle called for bare feet and sun block. Once she was able to adapt she was a living adventure until Vegas called and summoned her to the city of lights where this “Princessa” found her dream job. Today Abby works and resides in a different kind of jungle, one of lights and glamour and she loves it!
The Neon Jungle Princess offers a travel blog that not only gives you insider tips for traveling but also gives you some good day to day advice. Hate checking luggage? So does this princess. Along with the essentials, get some tips on some “ traveling extras” she never leaves the house without when she’s traveling. Maybe you’re traveling for business and you have to give a presentation and public speaking isn’t quite your thing. Abby can help you out; take some tips from her experience speaking at Vegas’ Meet, Plan, Go event. You’ll impress yourself as well as the crowd.
One great entry I found probably touches base with a lot of individuals is her entry about why she is not a solo traveler. Although she enjoys her alone time, she talks about that extra oomph she lacks when traveling alone. Pretty much that a travel buddy will give her that little extra push to explore the unknown, not so much because she’s hesitant to do it on her own, although she admits to getting shy, but it’s more because it’s just more enjoyable to have someone to share the experience with. But while she prefers to travel with others she doesn’t let the fact that she often travels alone keep her from exploring, and that’s a tip that many travelers or want to be travelers can take to heart.
The Neon Jungle Princess reaches home for a lot of individuals who are on their own adventures. Her experience and insight can really help make travel easier and perhaps even a more enjoyable experience.
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